Athletics and Clubs
With squash courts, a 200m indoor track, two swimming pools, exercise equipment, a Strength and Conditioning Centre, fitness classes and more, U of T's Athletic Centre is a great place to exercise, learn and play.
For alumni who have graduated within the past 12 months and who wish to acquire a membership in the next 24 months, membership fees are $73 per month or $387 for a full-year membership. For all other alumni, the membership costs are $513 per year or $73 per month.
For more information, visit www.utoronto.ca/physical or call 416-978-3436.
The David L. MacIntosh Sport Medicine Clinic has sport physicians, chiropractors, athletic and massage therapists, physiotherapists and an orthopedic surgeon available for consultation and the treatment of sport-related injuries. Contact the Clinic at 416-978-4678.
Whether you prefer a formal setting for a luncheon or a pub atmosphere for a light snack after work, the Faculty Club has something for everyone. Charm and elegance reminiscent of the last century make the Club a haven for on-campus socializing.
We offer a comfortable atmosphere for all your social and professional needs, from casual refreshments to formal receptions.
Annual membership for Alumni ID Card holders is $300 year. A new membership benefit this year: special privileges and discounts at famous golf clubs in North America.
For more information, please call 416-978-6325 or visit the Faculty Club website.
The general public, including alumni, has unrestricted access to Hart House's reading rooms, library, and restaurants. Alumni who wish to participate in a Hart House club can pay the annual clubs fee ($170 a year; $130 over age 60). Alumni with Alumni cards who wish to participate in Hart House athletics pay the athletics fee (clubs fee included, $805 a year, $621 over 60). This form of membership is not open to the general community.
For more information, please visit the Hart Housewebsite. For current information on the fee structure, please call 416-978-2447 or write [email protected]
University of Toronto Outing Club (UTOC)
The U of T Outing Club runs inexpensive, volunteer-led trips such as camping, hiking, canoeing, cycling, skiing and skating. Most active members are alumni, grad students, U of T staff and faculty, ranging in age from mid-twenties to late thirties.
The club, founded in the late 1950s, owns a simple but comfortable cabin close to Collingwood. Most day or weekend trips are within easy reach of Toronto, while longer trips may include canoeing in Northern Ontario or sea kayaking in the Queen Charlotte Islands.
For more information, visit the U of T Outing Club website or write [email protected].